Looking scientists for the Webelos and Arrow of Light Adventures in Science elective adventure? Here are 15 not-so-obvious options for your Cub Scouts!
Looking for a fun wood project for Cub Scouts? Check out this handmade wooden candy dispenser! Great for the Baloo the Builder and Built It adventures.
This fun activity will teach Cub Scouts how to safely and correctly use hand tools and will give them an opportunity to practice their new skills.
Building a chemical reaction car is super easy! Fueled by vinegar and baking soda, these cars are fun to watch. And making one will meet requirements for these Cub Scout adventures: Wolf Motor Away and Webelos & Arrow of Light Adventures in Science.
The elective adventure for Webelos and Arrows of Light, Adventures in Science, asks the Cub Scouts to draw a scientific fair test. Make it easy for them with the Cows Mooing Softly acronym. Read all about it, and get your FREE printable!
Are you looking for a simple circuit project for Adventures in Science, an elective adventure for Cub Scout Webelos and Arrows of Light? You’ll find it here! This one is so easy–no stripping wires! Instead, it uses copper tape. Click on over to find out what that is!
When our kids are involved in activities such as Cub Scouts, sports, dance, and church youth groups, we want the group to keep us informed. BAND makes it easy! It’s an easy to use, all in one communication app. Find out more about the free tool and how it can help your organization.
The Webelos and Arrow of Light elective adventure, Adventures in Science, has the Scouts reading about a scientist. But sometimes, they have trouble choosing who. This resource gives them ideas of scientists’ biographies they can read. The list is great for all kids–not just Cub Scouts!
This super fun way to make a model solar system uses toilet paper to show the distance between the planets. It’s perfect for Webelos and Arrow of Light Cub Scouts who are working on the Adventures in Science adventure. And that adventure counts toward the Swing! Nova award too!
Use this FREE Cub Scout Pack Meeting Planner to ensure that your pack meetings run smoothly. This planning sheet (that you can edit) allows you to make notes about each part of your agenda from the opening ceremony to the closing ceremony. Edit with a pdf reader or handwrite on a printed copy.
Cub Scout skits are a super fun part of den and pack meetings. But doing the same skits over and over can get boring. Let the Scouts’ creativity shine with this fun activity where they create their own skit using prompts written on craft sticks!
Learn how to make a paper airplane for the Wolf Cub Scout elective adventures, Motor Away and Air of the Wolf. These fun activities could be done at a pack meeting too And Motor Away counts toward the Cub Scout Nova award, Swing!
When we think of flag etiquette, we think of things like not letting the flag touch the ground, where the flag should be placed, etc. But before we learn those things, we need to learn how to honor the flag with our behavior, especially during a Cub Scout flag ceremony.
The Webelos Cyber Chip requirements help the Scouts understand the potential impact of the internet in a more tangible way by using “Teachable Recipes.” Learn how to easily integrate this Cub Scout Cyber Chip requirement into your den meetings.
The Wolf Cub Scout adventure, Running with the Pack, focuses on physical fitness with a dash of healthy eating. This fun dice activity combines a craft and a game to help make the adventure more exciting for the Scouts.
Cub Scouting’s Pinewood Derby is an exciting event! But sometimes, it can be a bit long for the younger siblings. Have the kids make Raisin Racers, a fun craft combined with a snack!
How many times has your Cub Scout misplaced his cap? How many water bottles have you purchased to replace lost ones? Easily keep up with all your Cub Scout gear by using Mabel’s Labels!
If you’re just starting out, this list of 25 Cub Scout terms will help you understand all the jargon that you’ll hear at all the meetings!